Baojaam Taiwanese Gua Bao at Balti Jaama Turg

Sponsored by Visit Estonia

Sponsored by Visit Estonia

Located in in Telliskivi, Balti Jaama Turg is the relatively new and modern food market in Tallinn (there’s also a more traditional one called Tallinn Central Market). Baojaam is our favorite food stall here, serving Taiwanese-inspired gua bao – soft steamed buns filled with meat and vegetables. The buns are made from scratch in the tiny kitchen, but with wheat flour instead of rice. Head chef Mihkel Rand worked at NOA Chef’s Hall and got inspired to start experimenting with baos by a colleague who made them for staff meal there. Soon after, Rand left fine dining to pursue the simpler cooking of street food.

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Char siu pork belly, romaine salad, fennel & peanuts
Char siu pork belly, romaine salad, fennel & peanuts
BAOJAAM

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Balti Jaam – entrance to the other side
Balti Jaam – entrance to the other side
Balti Jaama Turg
Balti Jaama Turg

Balti Jaama Turg

At Baojaam they make their own baos
At Baojaam they make their own baos
Crispy chicken & Char Siu pork belly baos
Crispy chicken & Char Siu pork belly baos
Random street art outside the food hall
Random street art outside the food hall
Telliskivi
Telliskivi
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